Press 2009

PR Week: Comcast faces spotlight after NBC deal, by Kimberly Maul, Dec. 4, 2009

Los Angeles Times: Tiger Woods regrets “transgressions” by David Wharton, Dec. 3, 2009

Redding Pilot: After being diagnosed, Zenk Pinter is an oral cancer spokesperson by Susan Wolf, Nov. 27, 2009

Minnesota Public Radio: Mondale’s role in saving “boat people” recalled, 30 years later by Dan Olson, Nov. 16, 2009

The New York Times: Hollywood Swoons For That Hair, That Baton by Daniel J. Wakin, Nov. 12, 2009

Christian Science Monitor: With ratings fall, Jay Leno show is “everybody”s favorite pinata” by Gloria Goodale, Nov. 5, 2009

Los Angeles Times: Peter Chernin”s role in possible Comcast deal for NBC Universal prompts speculation by Meg James, Oct. 23, 2009

American Public Media’s “Marketplace”: TV donates some time to volunteerism, Oct. 19, 2009

Philadelphia Inquirer: If Comcast goes Hollywood, it has to learn the culture by Miriam Hill and Maria Panaritis, Oct. 4, 2009

Ascribe Newswire: Participants in Largest U.S. Earthquake Drill Say They”d Do It Every Year; California Residents Who Took Part in Earthquake Drama Benefited Most; But Survey By USC”s Norman Lear Center Reveals Lingering Confusion and a Lack Of Preparedness, Sept. 17, 2009

Agence France-Presse: Medi-dramas give patients “unrealistic expectations” by Sara Hussein, Sept. 3, 2009

NPR New York affiliate WNYC’s “The Leonard Lopate Show”: Projections: Journalism on Film, August 18, 2009

Variety: Walter Cronkite dies at 92 by David S. Cohen, Brian Lowry, July 17, 2009

Salon: Why America is flunking science by Chris Mooney, Sheril Kirshenbaum, July 12, 2009

Variety: Will entertainment figures head to DC’ by Ted Johnson, July 10, 2009

Variety: Groups uncertain on ‘Bruno’ response Activists, pundits still grappling with satire by Ted Johnson, July 9, 2009

Variety: Jackson tribute: Tortured logic, alibis by Brian Lowry, July 7, 2009

Inter Press Service: MEDIA-IRAQ/US: The Bad News Is the Good News Is Fake by William Fisher, June 26, 2009

Inter Press Service: MEDIA-US: If It Bleeds, It (Still) Leads by William Fisher, June 25, 2009

The San Francisco Chronicle: Recession’s star rises in Hollywood by Carolyn Said, May 17, 2009

Los Angeles Times: Obama won, now what does Maddow’s future hold” by Yvonne Villarreal, April 22, 2009

The Washington Times: A trophy for Katie, April 19, 2009

The Globe and Mail: ER episode puts safe-surgery checklist on the Hollywood map by Helen Branswell (The Canadian Press), April 10, 2009

Providence Journal: Bill Gates embedding messages in TV shows by By Tim Arango and Brian Stelter (From The New York Times), April 6, 2009 Media & Society: New York Times Examines Use of Message Placement On TV Programs, April 3, 2009

The Buffalo News: Tonight’s “ER” finale takes its place among TV’s finest hours by Verne Gay, April 2, 2009

The London Free Press: The recession hurts high-maintenance performances such as opera and ballet, while boosting the music and movie sides of life by Pat Currie, Special to Sun Media, March 30, 2009

Hartford Courant: Seven ways ‘ER’ changed TV in 15 years by Verne Gay, March 29, 2009

Wiener Zeitung: Darling, ich bin im Kino by Ronald Schönhuber, March 26, 2009 Em tempos de crise, telejornais miram cidadão comum nos EUA by Alex Dobuzinskis, March 16, 2009

JoongAng Daily: When going gets tough, we head to the movies by Sung So-young, March 6, 2009

The Boston Globe: Americans flock to movies, seeking silver-screen lining
by Michael Cieply and Brooks Barnes (New York Times), March 1, 2009

Itón Gadol: ‘Vals con Bashir’ busca conseguir un Oscar para Israel, February 21, 2009

El Observador: Con la película Vals Im Bashir Israel podría ganar su primer premio en los premios Oscar, February 20, 2009

The Vancouver Sun: Anti-war Israeli film, Waltz with Bashir, a frontrunner for Best Foreign Language Film by Alex Dobuzinskis, Reuters, February 20, 2009

Newsweek: TV’s Split Personality by Dina Fine Maron, February 4, 2009

Los Angeles Times: Music sends a message to America by Tina Daunt, January 23, 2009

Core77: Book Review: The L.A. Earthquake Source Book by Robert Blinn, January 21, 2009

The Boston Globe: Partying till the big day by Mark Shanahan & Paysha Rhone, January 20, 2009

The Washington Post:“Party Like It’s 1865 (& Eat Before You Go) by Mark Fisher, January 20, 2009

International Business Times: TV Trends: Lie-Detecting Heroes, January 16, 2009

Reuters: TV’s timely new superheroes detect lies, deceit by Jill Serjeant, January 15, 2009

Forbes: The Stars Come Out For Obama by Brian Wingfield, January 14, 2009

Los Angeles Times: Movie industry hospital and nursing home to close by Lisa Girion and Richard Verrier, January 14, 2009

Los Angeles Times: Slashing Film Budgets In A Killer Economy, January 10, 2009

Daily Herald: Even as networks trot out new shows, TV sticks with tired and true, January 8, 2009

U.S. Politics Today: The End of the New York Times” And Other Comments About Greedy And Stupid Media Management by Joe Rothstein, January 7, 2009

The Urban Journal: Israel in Gaza by Mary Anna Towler, January 6, 2009

Press Democrat: Hollywood’s red carpet fades under recession by Claudia Eller and Richard Verrier, January 5, 2009

Christian Science Monitor: Playing it safe, television sticks with the tired and true by Gloria Goodale, January 2, 2009

Los Angeles Times: Hollywood starts ’09 with little to celebrate by Claudia Eller and Richard Verrier, January 2, 2009